Sony, the Japanese electronics manufacturer has rolled out its new Smart TVs below the Bravia A1 range of TVs. The firm has rolled out 2 TVs in the range. The one with 55-inch has a price tag of Rs 364,900, while the one with 65-inch has a price tag of 464,900. Both the TVs will be obtainable on various electronics stores as well as Sony centers in the country starting from next month.
Both the TVs are fueled by 4K HDR X1 Extreme Processor. Both of them come with a thin Backlight Drive+, which is an advanced technology in the LED Backlight section and guarantees enhanced brightness. Apart from all this, the TVs also come with slim Magnetic Fluid front facing speakers for enhanced experience of audio. The TV sports an X-tended Dynamic Range PRO local dimming as well as quad-edge LED structure along with boosting technology, which improves the contrast and brightness details.
Both the Smart TVs operate on Android’s latest 7.0 Nougat OS and provide direct authorization for Netflix, Google Play, and YouTube. The TVs also have a Content Bar user interface, smartphone play and plug choice, 4K X-Reality PRO, Android TV, TRILUMINOS Display for improved color accurateness, and much more. Furthermore, all the TVs support Bluetooth connectivity and are HDR compatible along with support to A2DP.
Sony lately rolled out 2 new Professional G-Series Solid State Drives (SSD), sporting storage capacities of 480 GB and 960 GB. These are intended for external video recording gadgets attached to high-performance DSLRs or camcorders. Employing the Error Correction Code technology of the company, the G Series 460 GB SSD gains up to 1,200 terabytes written; on the other hand, the 960 GB drive can gain 2,400 TBW, ensuring in fewer regular replacement.
As per the company, 2,400 terabytes written translates to about 1 decade of use for the SV-GS96, on an average of five times per week if data is fully written to the drive. For now, the launch of Sony Bravia X Series Smart TVs is surely going to elevate the charts of the company as well the global smart television market.
Let us see if the new TVs will be a success in the Indian market or not.